Certain mysteries are sufficiently bizarre and creepy to forever defy imagination. In 1964, a certain Jim Templeton photographed his daughter of his on a visit to Burgh Marsh in Cumberland, UK. When the shot was developed by Kodak, a strange white figure could be seen standing behind the form of his daughter. While Mr. Templeton saw no one in the vicinity when he took the picture, he noted that the wildlife appeared rather agitated at the time the photo was taken. An investigation by Kodak revealed an absence of tampering. The being, or whatever it could have been resembled a “spaceman”, according to accounts, and Mr. Templeton claimed that “men in black” visited him and tried to intimidate him into admitting that his photograph did not depict anything anomalous. Much public speculation has followed the alleged event. It was claimed Australian missile tests were aborted when the same figure appeared.